Poems About: LIMERICK
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289.Limerick for a Friday Night
I once dated an overweight girl.
She was cute and her first name was Shirl.
When we tried to make love
after push and much shove read more »Herbert Nehrlich
290.Happy Birthday Prince Leonard!
A limerick dedicated to HRH Prince Leonard, * for his 79th Birthday.
A VERY HAPPY BIRTHDAY, DEAR PRINCE LEONARD! ! ! !
There once was a farmer named Leonard, read more »Herbert Nehrlich
There once was a sheila named Gina
she would chase from this site a hyena.
So she grabs their small balls
hurls them over the falls read more »Herbert Nehrlich
292.Sara- a limerick
A sweet girl I met on a weekend,
Has many poems she's penned,
We think much the same,
you ask me her name? read more »Spidey Ortiz
293.Jerry The Limerick
He has grown, in the clinic, a beard
but the stubbles are rough and much feared
by the soft, peachy skin
of both cheeks and her chin, read more »Herbert Nehrlich
294.A Limerick from a rookie
I thought that metre was what made a poem go
With rhythm and rhyme to decorate for show
But all of that stuff need not be heeded
All expressions are equally needed read more »Jim Tebow
295.Loveable Limericks # 3
He lived through the intubation
and the five hour operation.
Then went back to his bed
where he slept and fell dead read more »Herbert Nehrlich
In the forests of Uluru
fertile pebbles of Kangaroo poo
make the bunya trees thrive
and the bees in their hive read more »Herbert Nehrlich
297.Limericks - A Few More
A cadet named Hieronymous Sears
went to town but found nothing but queers.
At a weight-watch café
he could not even say read more »Herbert Nehrlich
298.The Poet: A Limerick
A poet would wax quite lyrical
And whose belly was quite spherical
To the tub he jumped in
Smashing his chin read more »Jim Milks
299.A Limerick or Three
There was a young woman from Bude
Went for a swim in the nude
Along came a shark
Out for a lark read more »archie langford
300.Just Another Limerick
There once was a copper named Drake,
he was searching the board for a snake
but the snake stuck around
and was thus never found. read more »Herbert Nehrlich